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  1. Thanks for this video. I've made this a couple of times and I've found that it is better to process the mushrooms and walnuts separately because the walnuts will get too mushy. I have a larger food processor that can hold all of the ingredients. Keep the recipes coming helping to reduce the amount of process foods we are consuming.

  2. Black beans and sweet potato are a great combination for burgers or sausage patty recipes. Sunflower seeds work great for tuna…see raw vegan recipes. Other great substitutions are cauliflower, brown or green lentils, chickpeas, bulgur, tempeh, jackfruit, artichoke hearts, and leeks. Visit your local international store and Farmer's Market to try some new grains, vegetables, or beans as a substitute. It also depends on what you're making, because fried avocado can be used for tacos, but wouldn't work well for lasagna. Check out vegan restaurant menus. Lastly, using the same seasonings and spices really helps meat substitutes give you the experience you're looking for. Using the proper cooking technique makes a big difference too 🌱 Great video once again 🤎

  3. You can also substitute with lentils. And yes, you can freeze the walnut and mushroom ground. I also would like to make hamburgers and sausages with it. I haven't tried it yet but I think I have an idea on how to make the hamburger. But with the sausages, you would have to know the exact spices to use. I can't wait to see how you make your sausages with it, so that I can copy your recipe. 😁

  4. I will say yes you can freeze the walnut meat, I’ve been doing this for a year now. I make them in large batches pre seasoned based on the meals Im making. Also if I make a raw plant base meal I still preseason and freeze the walnut meat. Just take couple mins to toss on stove and prepare the meal you’re making. I do the boiling method and season the water with no base chicken bouillon and onion powder. If it’s for a raw meal, I just soak overnight.

  5. Here's another suggestion if you don't want to eat mushrooms, use lentils or small red beans instead. When you mix the lentils with walnuts it's very meaty, especially when making spaghetti and nachos. Or if you are allergic to nuts, just do lentils and mushrooms together. Still going to be meaty and add in a little liquid smoke to give more umani flavor.